TERRE HAUTE, Ind (WTHI) - - When it is time to send a loved one to an assisted care facility, it is very difficult decision. But in today's Healthy Living, we may make that a little easier by highlighting a place that consistently scores very highly on skilled care, and feature one of the reasons why.
Robin Collins - Our Director of Nursing Services, Bryanna Wegner, she's a RN, and a BSN, and a Wound Care Specialist, won the American Senior Communities' Clinical Leader of the Year for our entire company which includes over 65 buildings. We are extremely proud of her and all of her hard work.
Her dedication and hours that she puts in, there is never a time that she is not available if you need to call her, text her, and she just leads our team of nurses and nurses aides to excellence year after year, which is reflected in our survey scores.
Bryanna Wegner – I was chosen as our Clinical Leader of the Year for all of the American Senior Communities. We have 64 buildings and they choose one clinical leader every year. So I was very blessed to receive this award out of a lot of talented people.
It's a big deal and I am very honored. I work with an amazing team of nurses and CNAs. Every day I get to lead them and to be recognized for the hard work that we do and the great patient care that we give here is really special.
They are such a compassionate group of nurses and CNAs and when they come to work everyday, they give the best care that they can give and it's just amazing to see them work and know their heart is in everything that they are doing.
We encourage anyone who is interested in coming to see our facility to come in and tour. It's not necessary to make an appointment. You can stop in any day of the week at any time and someone will be happy to give you a tour of our facilities. Our phone number is 812- 299-6300.
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